Radiocrafts will be showcasing MIOTY, the new game-changing LPWAN solution for Industrial IoT at Embedded World 2020 at Booth Number 3-637!
This technical specification was released by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) for the development of new massive industrial IoT solutions. It represents another milestone in pursuit of worldwide IIoT scalability.
Telegram Splitting (patented technology)
Telegram splitting is a patented technology by Fraunhofer and is the core of the MIOTY technology. As defined by ETSI TS 103 357, Telegram Splitting splits the data packets to be transported in the data stream into small sub-packets at the sensor level.
These sub-packets are then transmitted over different frequencies and time. An algorithm in the base station permanently scans the spectrum for MIOTY sub-packets and reassembles them into a complete message.
Due to built-in redundancy, up to 50% of the sub-packets can be lost without reducing the information content.
This technology enables energy-efficient, robust and reliable transmission of sensor data over distances of up to several kilometers.
MIOTY Scalability and Robustness
The Telegram Splitting features also allow for highly scalable networks.
A single network can have many hundreds of thousands of devices which can transmit up to 1.5 million data packets a day to a single gateway, with no loss of information even in hard-to-reach environments where there a lots of physical obstructions and poor propagation properties.
Additionally, since the air-time of these sub-packets is much shorter than that of existing LPWANs, the chance of collisions with another message is very low. This also allows for low power battery operation. In fact, MIOTY has the longest battery life of any other existing LPWAN technology which makes it possible to have massive networks in hard-to-reach, noisy environments.
The MIOTY network is a private network which means you do not need to pay for monthly license or subscription fees as you would with a public network.
You can read more about the MIOTY Network here.
You can read the datasheet for the RC1882CEF-MIOTY module Radiocrafts will be developing here.
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